Reflections on the personal positions that often lead to a certain hostility to the prospect of technological radical life extension.
Answers to the catastrophism surrounding the prospect of a radically longer life
Answers to common societal arguments and misconceptions against the prospect of radical life extension.
Answers to common religious arguments and misconceptions against the prospect of radical life extension.
Answers to common philosophical arguments and misconceptions against the prospect of radical life extension.
Maria Entraigues Abramson is a remarkable person, with many talents. She is a REAL cryonicist, a person who has made the intellectual step of opting for cryopreservation. She will share with us her thoughts on the subject.
Here are the main cryonics’s concepts revealed by the reading of the book “Preserving Minds, Saving Lives... cryonics in a nutshell!
When semantics is properly established, we realize that the cryonicist vision can perfectly coexist with religious conceptions.
In this article, we will explore the cryonics resuscitation cycle. This is the most speculative one, because it is based on future technologies not yet available.
The cryonics preservation cycle is the step during which the patient will be put in a state of biostasis, frozen or vitrified, “comfortably” installed for decades or centuries to come.
The book explores the tumultuous debuts of cryonics and the war between cryonicists and cryobiologists.
The book takes the opportunity of the chapter on the history of cryonics to remind us of a recurring pattern affecting the emergence of scientific and technological discoveries: resistance to the acceptance of novelty.
The book goes on to examine why people do not accept or even categorically reject the prospect of cryonics.
I share my reading notes with you as I go through various futurology books. On the program for this premiere, the book "Preserving Minds, Saving Lives" edited by "Alcor Life Extension Foundation".
Is an artificial anthropomorphic intelligence possible, necessary and desirable? How can one imagine emotions like love or anger, in an artificial brain torn from all its glands and its instinctive structure?